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Looking to setup a small branch office with a Cisco Unified communications 320w. We're looking at a PRI, but I'm wondering if this device handles that connection out of the box. Or if I need to get an add-on of some sort. If the UC320W handles it out of the box which port plugs into the PRI?

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320W does not support a PRI. Looks like it only supports 12 analog CO lines.

You'll probably need to look at the Cisco UC500 series, maybe the 540 will do. The PRI card is optional so make sure to build it right.

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